Developer files proposal for new hotel, storage and retail on the site of Overland Park Ramada

Jay Senter - October 9, 2017 11:26 am
A preliminary rendering of the proposed hotel.
A preliminary rendering of the proposed hotel.

A developer has filed a proposal with the city of Overland Park that would call for the demolition of the Ramada Inn at 7240 Shawnee Mission Parkway and replacing it with a new hotel, a self-storage facility, and three stand alone buildings for retail and restaurants.

Initial plans submitted with the city last week show a four story hotel fronting Shawnee Mission Parkway. A 25,750 square foot, three-story self-storage building would sit to the east of the hotel, fronting 62nd Street. The three retail/restaurant buildings, which would range in size from 5,000 to 6,100 square feet would be located along the southern edge of the parcel.

The self-storage portion of the project would require rezoning approval from the city. Both the rezoning request and a special-use permit request for the operation of a hotel are scheduled to be taken up by the Overland Park Planning Commission at its November meeting.

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The proposal was submitted by Wes Grammer of Sky Real Estate. Icon Architecture and Olsson and Associates were contracted to work on the proposals.

A rendering of the self storage and retail portions of the project.
A rendering of the self storage and retail portions of the project.

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